Seasons at Home: Food, Family, Friends and Style

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The Miegunyah Press, 2011 - Cooking - 163 pages
With a fresh take on creating a warm and relaxing space for family and friends, this collection gathers recipes and projects to bring any home to life. Divided into seasons and gorgeously illustrated, each section presents recipes using the freshest available produce for special meals that celebrate not only important events, but also daily family life. Including practical information about such household arts as flower arranging, decorating the table to suit various occasions, and growing windowsill pots full of herbs and vegetables, this handbook provides the inspiration and information for successful entertaining at home.

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How to make
In the picnic basket and lunchbox
How to make
Sweet endings
How to make
For the pantry
Recipes 145 How to make
Presents from the kitchen
Acknowledgements 160 Styling credits 161 Index of recipes

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About the author (2011)

Holly Kerr Forsyth is a writer, photographer and passionate gardener. She has written about gardens for more than a decade and has been the Weekend Australian garden columnist for ten years. Holly is the author of nine books on gardening, including the bestselling Remembered Gardens- Eight Women and Their Visions of an Australian Landscape, The Constant Gardener- A Botanical Bible Gardens of Eden and The Gardener s Book of Days.

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